--- In Nostratica@yahoogroups.com, "ghozzis" <ghozzis@...> wrote:
> Hello,
> do we find in all languages a root "ma" to say "mother"? I know
> it is the case for example in Chinese.
> If "ma" is to be found in all languages (or almost) could it be
> it belongs to the proto-World, or is it just a "law of nature",

first logic protowords.

e generaly negation female dark etc ...
a/y general not not male light warm ...

later split
a > not not
y > and

later evolving trought stages which may be words time stamp
(cut.. )
im not a lingwist and i wonder if this is a lingwistic fact.